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Jailed head of Sudan’s outlawed ex-ruling party to be freed

Jailed head of Sudan’s outlawed ex-ruling party to be freed

THE jailed head of Sudan's former ruling party is to be freed, his lawyer told Reuters, becoming the most senior figure from the deposed regime of Omar al-Bashir to have charges of crimes against the state dropped since a coup last October. Ibrahim Ghandour, who also served as foreign minister in ex-President Bashir's outlawed National Congress Party (NCP), was found innocent of undermining the constitution, financing terrorism, and plotting the assassination of former Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok along with other attacks, lawyer Abdelrahman Alkhalifa said. Leaders of the coup - which ended a power-sharing agreement between civilian political parties and…
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